What is the common form of stones in gall bladder?
Recurrent abdominal pain due to gall stones, inflammation of gall bladder, pancreatitis due to gall stones, gall bladder polyps, and gangrene and perforation of gall bladder, and rarely cancer of the gall bladder will be an indication for a cholecystectomy.
Its gall stones (as in gall bladder) and no they are different.
Pretty much in the Gall bladder, or, the bile ducts leading to/from the Gall Bladder itself!
There is no pipe between the kidney and gall bladder. The gall bladder forms the cystic duct which then forms the common bile duct which enters the duodenum (small intestine). The kidneys only attach to the ureters and to the renal arteries/renal veins. Im not sure if youre talking about gall stones or kidney stones, but the removal of the gall bladder is a cholecystectomy
Gall stones are indeed inside the gall bladder. They are buildups of cholesterol that over time bind together and form small 'stones' the size of small pebbles. About 60% of adults have gall stones and don't even know it. When fatty foods are eaten, the gall bladder contracts and squirts bile into the small intestine to aid in digestion. A person does not need to have a high cholesterol level to have gall stones. Sometimes… Read More
Thick bile in gall bladder with possible some debris and ? small stones
Not everyone has gall stones but if you do, they are located in the gall bladder.
gall stones in the gall bladder and stones are about 1 inch round and gall bladder had mass grow over it
stones are formed in the gall bladder and in the kidneys, not in the pancreas
Gall stones are usually multiple. In such case you have to get the gall bladder removed by operation. Otherwise the gall stone may enter the common bile duct and may cause obstructive jaundice. That is serious condition.
Typically the gall bladder is scanned for gall stones with ultrasound.
This never happened before, most probably, in known medical history. But this can happen theoretically. Due to reverse peristaltic contractions. Any such thing is possible in biology. Normally the stones stay in the gall bladder. At times one comes in the bile duct to give you severe pain and obstructive jaundice in the upper abdomen. The stone can go up to the liver. Not in the liver. As the tract becomes more and more narrow… Read More
Gall bladder illness symptoms can range from nausea to a stabbing pain in the back between the shoulder blades - it feels like being stabbed. Certain foods effect different people - ie. for some people it is dairy products that cause an attack for others it can be eggs - individuals know immediately by how they feel. Attacks usually worsen with time, as the gall bladder becomes infected or more gall stones develop. Vomiting is… Read More
the disease in which stones start forming in the gall bladder
A block in the cystic duct or common bile duct can cause dilation of Gall bladder. Block can be due to stricture or stones.
when gallstones have formed that will cause infection and lead to excrutiating pain, the gall bladder has to be removed so that no more stones will form.
Light-coloured poo poo's! Pale feces can mean you have gall stones blocking what is called the common bile duct leading from your gall bladder to your liver. The bile that is collected in your gall bladder is secreted in to the liver which is then secreted into the stomach to help digest fats that you have eaten. This bile is the substance that turns your feces to a brownish color, so if your feces is… Read More
one can most definitely live with gall stones. However, living with gall stones could prove to be very painful. in some cases the situation is bad enough that one must get surgery to remove the gall stones or the gall bladder but that is not always the case. Anyways, it i very possible for a person to live with gall stones.
Gall bladder is a small bag which is placed below your liver. There may be multiple stones in your gall bladder making it functionless. So your surgeon will remove the same to give you relief from problems due to functionless and troublesome gall bladder.
Cholecystitis is an inflammation of the gall bladder while cholelithiasis is gall bladder stones. It is possible to have either one without the other or both together.
This is a good question and need edit by expert. You have bacteremia in first week of typhoid. The bacteria probably settle there in gall bladder at that time. Cholecystitis is probably favoured by gall stones in the gall bladder.
It cant produce stones, because the what happens is the bile sits in the gall bladder and the bile dissolves some of the fats and allows it to be absorbed into the body.
It is possible that gastric disturbances can be an indication of gall stones. The gall bladder stores and releases bile into the small intestine for the digestion of fats. If it is blocked by stones it could upset the system and cause diarrhea.
CaC2O4, about 80% of bladder, gall or kidney stones are calcium based, and about 80% of those are calcium oxalate stones
Gall bladder ejection fractions greater than 35% are generally considered normal. Most often, values lower than 35% are due to gall stones, or gall bladder muscle dysfunction NOT attributable to obstruction from gall stones. See the following reference for elaboration http://jnm.snmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/32/9/1695?ijkey=04710f50335540ad9c2c23277417b2ab42a16df0
Good question. Pancreatitis actually has many causes, only a few of which are gall-bladder related. So technically yes, you can still get pancreatitis even though you do not have a gall-bladder. Luckily if the original pancreatitis was caused by gall-stones, you can never have pancreatitis caused by them ever again, since you have had your gall bladder removed.
Could be Gall Bladder / gall Stones, see a doctor.
Yes, caffeine can give you diarrhoea. It stimulates the gall bladder to release bile, and if it releases too much bile you can get yellow bile diarrhoea. Some people are more susceptible than others. The fact that caffeine empties out the gall bladder may account for study results that show caffeine drinkers have lower rates of gall bladder disease. Stones don't get a chance to form. On the other hand, people who do have gallstones… Read More
Hypocitrauria can lead to Kidney stones, and cholesterol causes crystallization of gallstones in the Gall Bladder.
Lower right hand side abdomen pain and itching could be caused by several things. One item may be a problem with the gall bladder, such as gall stones or gall bladder disease.
The abdominal pain, fever, vomiting (green 'bile' from your stomach), and very light colored stools (or bowel movements) are symptoms of gall bladder disease. Many lose weight while they have gall bladder problems, because the bile (which comes from the liver and goes into the gall bladder) backs up into the stomach as it tries to digest certain foods (greasy foods, red meats, dairy products, products high in uric acids) and can make you very… Read More
Gall stones prevent bile from moving out of the gall bladder into the small intestine, the absence of bile causes the pale faeces.
You can most certainly develop pancreatitis after having your gall bladder removed. The gall bladder and pancreas share the same common bile duct and often times agitation to that area can stir up acute chemical pancreatitis.
Solidified crystal solids in the gall bladder are "gallstones," "biliary calculi," or "choleliths" : the presence of stones in the gall bladder is called "cholelithiasis". (pronounced "koh-luh-lih-THY-uh-sis") cholelithiasis
Common Bile Duct CBD stands for Common Bile Duct. It carries bile from liver and gall bladder to the duodenum. It is formed by union of common hepatic duct(from liver) and cystec duct (from gall bladder) and is later joined by pancreatic duct to form ampulla of Vate,which is surrounded by sphincter of Oddi and opens into the second part of duodenum.
Gallstones. They're terrible pebbles formed in the gall bladder. And they are terribly difficult to get rid of.
Chlorophyll can help prevent calcium build-ups that lead to kidney and gall-bladder stones
The gall bladder is a little sack on the bottom of the liver. The liver produces bile, an enzyme used in digestion, then pumps the excess bile into the gall bladder to be stored. When the bile is needed in the intestines the bile is pumped out of the gall bladder through the common bile duct.
No a horse does not have a Gall Bladder.
Adenoma of gall bladder
As soon as you can. Gall bladder infections, or gall stones are not a laughing matter - both can make you feel quite ill. Gall stones can be effectively controlled via a low fat diet (but this does require dedication - i.e no butter, chocolate or cheese ever again). Gall bladder removal (which may not be necessary) is done via keyhole surgery these days - it's very safe and leaves a tiny scar.
No. It means presence of stones in the gall bladder. Cholangitis is the inflammation of bile ducts.
The gall bladder stores bile.
biles are what are stored in gall bladder
Humans have one gall bladder.
total no of stones in Gall Bladder from a female patient operated by Dr. Giasuddin Mohammad of Kanpur U.P. was 3500. Previous record was of app 500 stones from Romania.
Large gall-stones can get trapped in the gall bladder, causing pain and swelling. This usually results in surgery to remove them. Smaller ones might be dissolved with medication or ultrasound treatment.
It depends on the surgery. You do not say whether your gall bladder was removed or whether you had gall stones removed. If you no longer have your gall bladder it would pay you to refrain from alcohol for a few months to allow your body to adapt to life without its gall bladder. Either way when it comes to alcohol proceed with caution, you may find less is best these days, don't overdo it… Read More
No, a deer is a mammal that lacks a gall bladder.
A human Gall bladder is about the size of your thumb.